1987 Symbol 44'

For Sale - $167,250
Sea Fever, Florida
Listing ID: 2792148
Description

1987 Symbol 44′

Sea Fever

44′

Length

Lighthouse Point, Florida

Location

Caterpillar

Engine

$167,250

For Sale

Sea Fever is a 1987 Symbol 44 Sun Deck MK II, and A VETERAN OF AMERICA’S GREAT LOOP. Symbol was founded in 1982 and established a solid reputation for quality “semi-custom” vessels built in Taiwan, using skilled labor providing quality craftsmanship.

 

The two staterooms, with ensuite heads with separate showers, as well as the additional dinette and flybridge berths, make Sea Fever the perfect vessel for two cruising couples or a family, for cruising local waters or offshore islands, for long weekends or living-aboard full time. Sea Fever can do it all.

 

The current owner, a mechanical engineer, spent many months updating Sea Fever before cruising the Atlantic Coast, the Florida Keys, and the islands of the Bahamas. Sea Fever is outfitted for extended cruising and life at anchor. During a recent three month cruise to the islands of the Bahamas, Sea Fever only spent two nights docked at marinas, and never needed to purchase water. 

 

The owner reports that she runs very economically on one engine, doing 7.5 knots, while sipping about 4.3 GPH. However, Sea Fever is capable of planing at 19 knots.

United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Curtis Stokes & Associates. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel


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Engine Specs
Engine Model Caterpillar 3208 Caterpillar 3208
Hours 2517 2517
Fuel Diesel Diesel
HP 375 375



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We are pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Curtis Stokes & Associates. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel.

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